Daffy Duck vies with Porky Pig in the Western frontier hotel business. Porky has more success, attracting hordes of customers with a live-action saloon party. So, Daffy decides to "...
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Foghorn Leghorn courts Miss Prissy when a foundling is left on her doorstep. It is Henery the Chicken Hawk. Prissy decides to keep little Henery even though he has a natural appetite for ... See full summary »
Pepe le Pew arrives in New Orleans, where Fabrette the black cat has been cursed with white stripes like a skunk, interfering with her chances to get married. Of course, a skunk is her ... See full summary »
Daffy Duck is ordered by his loud-mouthed wife to sit on their egg in a nest. When Daffy adjusts the nest to make it more comfortable, the egg rolls away from him and into a crocodile ... See full summary »
Sylvester Cat and Tweety Bird are pets of tenants in the Spinsters Arms Hotel, where pets aren't allowed. As they try to keep out of sight of the landlord, Sylvester discovers Tweety and ... See full summary »
Porky Pig soon discovers that a termite is responsible for his belongings crumbling to dust. When he can't exterminate the termite himself, he goes to a shyster who offers him a series of ... See full summary »
Sylvester's carnivorious pursuit of Tweety Bird continues, chasing the canary onto the ledge of a tall building. He plummets to the sidewalk below, losing one of his nine "lives"; the ... See full summary »
Daffy Duck vies with Porky Pig in the Western frontier hotel business. Porky has more success, attracting hordes of customers with a live-action saloon party. So, Daffy decides to "undermine" Porky's good fortune by planting a bomb beneath Porky's inn. Written by
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According to the cue sheet at Belgian Society of Authors, Composers, and Publishers, five original music cues by Milt Franklyn were also used in this cartoon: "Assorted Foods", "Caviar", "Dinner Bell", Round Table", and "Salt and Peppered". It is unknown which sections they play in, however. See more »
Daffy's Inn Trouble isn't absolutely outstanding, but it is a lot of fun. I also think it isn't Daffy's best, Duck Amuck and Duck Dodgers in the 24.5th Century were better. While a tad predictable, and some of the jokes are reliant on slapstick, there are plenty of amusing moments and you are left satisfied. The animation is good, the music is even better, the writing is witty and Mel Blanc's vocal characterisations are brilliant as always. Daffy here, like Duck Amuck and Robin Hood Daffy is the butt of the joke, and he handles himself well. If I were to be honest, I do prefer marginally the manic Daffy, some of the antics he gets into when he is manic are hysterical. Porky is given more to do, and he is fine. In conclusion, very nice and fun. 8/10 Bethany Cox
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